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List of Archived Projects

Below is a list of archived projects the Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences group have been involved with.

DICE – Developing an Interdisciplinary Culture of Excellence (Archived Project)
The LandscapePartners Project (Archived Project)
Ecosystem Approach Review (Archived Project)
Prospects for Farmers’ Support: Advisory Services in European AKIS (PRO AKIS) (Archived Project)
Gender, green space and wellbeing (Archived Project)
Evaluating CREW (Archived Project)
Exploring the landscapes of governance for rural community empowerment in Aberdeenshire (Archived Project)
FarmPath – Farming Transitions: Pathways towards regional sustainability of agriculture in Europe (Archived Project)
Foodscapes (Archived Project)
OrkCEmP - Orkney Community Empowerment Project (Archived Project)
Understanding and reducing rural-urban conflicts: governing outdoor access (Archived Project)
Towards European Societal Sustainability (TESS) (Archived Project)
Developing a method to provide data on culverts for the Scottish Detailed River network initiative (Archived Project)
Piloting a Water Restoration Park in Scotland (Archived Project)
The contribution of green and open spaces in public health (Archived Project)
Technology to support Older adults – Personal and Social interaction (TOPS) (Archived Project)
Sustainable Estates for the 21st Century (Archived Project)
HUNTing for Sustainability (Archived Project)
Review of the economics of sustainable land management measures in drinking water catchments (Archived Project)
Exploring barriers to natural flood management (Archived Project)
Learning Landscape Partnerships (Archived Project)
TRANSGRASS: A transdisciplinary platform and toolkit for understanding and managing grasslands as socio-ecological systems (Archived Project)
RURALREIN (Archived Project)
MANECO (Archived Project)
MAJI: More Action for Just Initiatives for Climate Change Adaptation in Southern Africa (Archived Project)
Impacts of Household Incomes on Food Demand in Developing Countries: A Meta-Analysis (Archived Project)
MAGIC “Moving Towards Adaptive Governance in Complexity: Informing Nexus Security" (Active Project)
Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas (SIMRA) (Active Project)
Exploring International Experiences in Integration (Active Project)
SALSA – Small farms, small food businesses and sustainable food and nutrition security (Active Project)
PLAID Peer-to-peer Learning: Accessing Innovation through Demonstration (Active Project)
Communities and Wellbeing: Local Assets, Local Decisions and Community Resilience (Active Project)
Analysing how policy instruments shape soil, water and biodiversity (Active Project)
Web-based mapping for open access - building capacity and exploring user preferences (Archived Project)
Demographic change in remote areas (Active Project)
Monitoring and Evaluation for Ecosystem Management (MEEM) - Comparing theory and practice across Europe (Active Project)
NEWBIE - New Entrant netWork: Business models for Innovation, entrepreneurship and resilience in European agriculture (2018-2021) (Active Project)
NEFERTITI: Networking European Farms to Enhance Cross Fertilisation and Innovation Uptake through Demonstration (2018-2021) (Active Project)
AgriLink - Connecting farmers, advisers and researchers for productive and sustainable agriculture (Active Project)
UnderStory - Storying woodland use, management and expansion in the Cairngorms (Active Project)
Place-based policy and implications for policy and service delivery (Active Project)
ESPON ESCAPE - European Shrinking Rural Areas: Challenges, Actions and Perspectives for Territorial Governance (Active Project)
Learning and Change Through Monitor Farms (Active Project)
NEWBIE - Background (Active Project)
NEWBIE - New Entrant netWork - Events (Active Project)
The Newbie Award (Active Project)

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.